What of you knew you were approaching death? Dr. W. B. Hinson, knew he did not have long to live. Preaching a year after the commencement of the illness from which he ultimately died, said: “I remember a year ago when a doctor in this city said, ‘You are going to die, Walt.’ I walked out to where I live, five miles out of this city, and I … [Read more...] about Confidence
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EDDIE ROWLANDS and his wife Heather are “retired”. But that has not stopped them ministering for Christ. In 1979 they went to Margate, England, following 24 years as missionaries in D R Congo with CAM International. They are now on the pastoral team at an evangelical church in Margate. Eddie shares with us an encouragement from his own … [Read more...] about Feel Past Your Sell-By-Date?
If you have read our previous post our previous post on 9 things to consider when sharing the gospel with postmodernists , you may be wondering, "How did our culture ever come to this unbiblical way of thinking?" Dr. JAMES N. ANDERSON is Professor of Theology and Philosophy at the Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, USA. He spoke some years … [Read more...] about The Rise of Postmodernism
LEONARD RAVENHILL was an English Christian evangelist and author who focused on the subjects of prayer and revival. He is best known for challenging western evangelicalism (through his books and sermons) to compare itself to the early Christian Church as chronicled in the Book of Acts. His most notable book is Why Revival Tarries. Here is what … [Read more...] about Sin or Praise
SEPTEMBER 17, 1944—The day for which the First Airborne Division had been waiting...Objective, Arnhem. The gliders land successfully in the dropping zone...Parachutes billow in the sky...The great attack on the bridges has begun. SEPTEMBER 27, 1944—Ten days of horror and heroism are behind. Of the 10,095 officers and men who made the landing … [Read more...] about The Forgotten Sacrifice